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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Sep 8, 2010.
^^ Grahame Fowler shop in NYC is doing something similar with Trickers instore. I actually got a custom pair of AE "macneils" in that red/white/blue colorway as a longwing brogue, and granted shit cant be worn 364 days of the year, but that ONE day, it's the perfect shoe. think the commando sole on those make even harder to wear tho.
Those are from the Tricker's London shop.
I had never noticed before, but if you go to Trickers.com you can navigate down to the London shop's special makeups.
wow clown shoes
yea, last time i was there earlier this year they had those at the Jermyn St shop. Also reminds me of the collab Paul Smith did with Trickers, for Isetan Dept store in tokyo, same idea but as a Stow boot
Sizing info from Tricker's website:
Last Fitting Guidelines:
We carry 4, 5, 6 and 7 fitting lasts, although they are not all available in all collections.
4 fitting are for a narrow foot
5 fitting are for a regular UK standard width
6 fitting are for a wide foot
7 fitting are for an extra-wide foot
The Country Shoe Collection:
Last number 4444, these come up ½ a size big and are a generous fit. If you normally take a size 8, we recommend you need to buy a size 7 ½.
The Country Boot Collection:
Last number 4497S, these are true to a regular British size scale but are a generous fit.
The Jermyn Street Collection:
Last number 6038L, this is true to British size scale and is generally a very good fit.
Last number 2161, this is true to British size scale though can feel shallow over the vamp area.
Last number W2298, this is true to British size scale and is generally a very good fit.
Last number 5567, a specific loafer last, true to British size scale though best tried for fit before purchasing.
Last number 4247, this is true to British size scale and is generally a very good fit.
Last number 371, this is true to British size scale but suits a narrower foot.
The 1829 Collection:
Last number 4537, this is true to British size scale and is generally a very good fit.
The 2004 Collection:
Last number 2004, on a regular UK foot these come up ½ a size small. If you normally take a size 8 we would recommend a size 8 ½, unless you have a very slim and narrow foot.
These come up ½ a size small. If you normally take a size 8, we recommend you buy a size 8 ½.
New stuff there at the Bureau.
I like those Logger's and Stubby Stows
I'm thinking about doing a Shoehealer MTO. Any thoughts/feedback on this makeup?
Style: Whatever high boot does not have brogueing or a cap-toe... Malton?
Color and Material: Waxed Burgundy or Lollipop Red calf or #8 shell (not sure if possible)
Sole: Double Crepe Wedge
No speed hooks
Sounds good. You need to decide on eyelet colors, laces colors, inside leather color and the color of the edge above the sole.
I don't like the double crepe wedge sole, tbh on any model of trickers.
Does anyone know if the navy hue in the calf Tricker's uses are the same? I ask because in some pictures, the leather looks dark, almost black, and in others, it looks to be true navy.
Those stubby stows are nice!
Hey guys, are there any Trickers dealers in NYC where I can try on a pair? I'm trying to order online, but I'm reluctant, since I'm still not sure about sizing.
I ususally wear a US9 in sneakers, and my feet measures 25cm (9-3/4in), I'm wondering if anyone can give me an advice on the size of bourton I should get.
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